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A documentary about the hugely popular Californian rock band.
Musical highlights, interviews and backstage shenanigans from folk's leading festival
Graham Norton talks to the theatrical producer Cameron Mackintosh about his life and work.
...Pomus & Shuman. Celebrating one of American pop's greatest ever songwriting teams
Johnnie Walker talks to Lionel Richie at the BBC Maida Vale studios in London.
Former First Lady of France and singer-songwriter Carla Bruni tells her musical story.
Celebrating the best of Broadway, Hollywood and the West End.
Exploring the incandescent career and life of Hollywood's original 'Brazilian Bombshell'
The story of rock drummer Carmine Appice, who rose to fame as part of Vanilla Fudge.
Aled Jones presents the Chapter House Choir with a selection of carols old and new.
Petula Clark tells the story of the classic Carpenters' album Christmas Portrait.
Leslie Phillips celebrates the Carry On films and assesses their cultural impact
Pete Best celebrates the venue where the Beatles enjoyed residency before the Cavern Club.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Kwame Kwei-Armah tells the story of playwright Thomas 'Tennessee' Williams.
Baylen Leonard introduces highlights from 50 years of the CMA Awards.
The story of how the Royal Albert Hall has entertained the world for 140 years.
Diane Louise Jordan unwraps our two-hour celebration of the Christmas Carol.
Highlights from the Glasgow-based Celtic Connections festival
Join the Welsh singer, author and presenter for an eclectic afternoon of festive music.
Cerys Matthews celebrates the lives of some of the great women of country music
Cerys celebrates old-time music, honing in on the story of migrants to the new world.
French singer Vincent Niclo plays French songs that were re-recorded with English lyrics.
Charles Hazlewood presents a series investigating eclectic musical exploration
A new six-part series finding the links between seemingly unconnected pieces of music.
Paul Morley goes in search of the pros and cons of celebrity
A look at the myth of Che Guevara to mark his 80th birthday.
Pledge money for a chance to hear your favourite song as we gear up for Children in Need.
Radio 2 harnesses the nation's favourite stars to raise money for BBC Children In Need
Highlights of the charity concert starring Take That, Shirley Bassey and Paul McCartney.
Cerys Matthews traces the roots of the Chitlin' Circuit.
Clarke Peters celebrates the life and career of Louis Jordan.
Jools Holland profiles British jazz great Chris Barber
Chris Evans' drivetime slot, with laughter-inducing chat and music
Get lively every morning with the breakfast show
A chill-out mix for the early hours of Christmas Day, with Sally Rodgers and Chris Coco.
Heston Blumenthal presents Christmas dinner tips, special guests and seasonal music.
Amanda Holden celebrates Phil Spector's popular album A Christmas Gift for You.
Motor City's take on classic Christmas songs.
Christmas with Dolly Parton and sister Stella.
Join Suzi for a selection of her favourite Christmas music.
Festive story about a couple on a long car journey, narrated by Christian Slater.
The Mischief Theatre Company take over the Radio 2 airwaves on Christmas morning.
Sir Cliff Richard presents his very own festive special.
Celebrate Christmas with Kylie. Join her for a Christmas lunch with all the trimmings.
Clare Teal presents the best in swinging big band sounds
Clare Teal celebrates a collection of the world's greatest female jazz musicians
Paul Gambaccini presents his choice of the breakthrough artists of 2007
Paul Gambaccini presents his choice of the breakthrough artists of the year
Paul Gambaccini presents his choice of the breakthrough artists of 2009.
Tim Minchin explores the histories of some of the most musical cities in the world
Claudia Winkleman presents two hours of music, soundtrack choices and listener dedications
Cliff Richard and The Shadows recorded live at Wembley Arena in October 2009.
Sir Cliff Richard talks to Penny Smith about his life, his career and his longevity.
Presenter Clive Anderson with news, views, entertainment and guests
Hard-edged chat show in which top personalities speak their mind about the week’s topics
Music highlights from the CMA Music Festivals
Bob Harris narrates the history of the blue-collar queen of country
Dotun Adebayo on what rare recordings of Buddy Holly reveal about his life.
Bill Kenwright looks at the life and music of songwriter, composer and producer Tony Hatch
Rupert Holmes concludes his assessment of the legacy of songwriter Jimmy Van Heusen
Two-part series in which Amanda Ghost interviews singer songwriter Joni Mitchell
Paul O'Grady celebrates the magic of cabaret
Charlie Higson takes a look at comedy albums and has a listen to six of the best
Cerys Matthews takes a tour through the BBC's Maida Vale Studios.
Radio 2 celebrates the biggest night in the country music calendar: The CMA Awards
Highlights from the CMA Music Festival 2013, with Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum and more.
Festival highlights, including Carrie Underwood, Little Big Town, and Tim McGraw.
Lady Antebellum presents highlights from 2014 Country to Country Festival.
Courtney Pine takes a look at the major innovators of the jazz genre
Tom Russell heads out in search of the story of the Cowboy and his music
6 Music's funk and soul presenter returns to Radio 2 with a live New Year's Eve show.
Craig chats with two guests, and listeners take over the playlist in Spinage au Trois
The best in funk and soul, featuring classic tracks, new releases, sessions and interviews
Craig Charles provides the ultimate Saturday party playlist with fab funk and soul tunes
Craig Charles has the perfect Christmas Eve soundtrack with festive faves...soul style!
Steve Harley tells the story the ill-advised tour which led to the death of Buddy Holly.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Cyndi Lauper with stories from her career, listener dedications and her musical favourites